Professional Finance Podcast Launched Through eToro Author: Ali Raza Last Updated: 14 April 2020 eToro has been a leader in the fintech industry for more than a decade now, and has seen fit to launch a new podcast in regards to the finance industry as a whole. This podcast, going by the title of Economize Me, had been released partly due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept across the world. With everyone trapped in their homes, eToro has made it a point to provide these people with quality content at their own homes. Covering All The Bases The podcast in question covers an extensive array of subject matter, addressing everything from the ABCs of trading, to in-depth analysis and insights regarding the market. The podcast will star two hosts: Naor Meningher and Eytan Weinstein. Alongside them will be a list of guest stars rotating per episode, claimed to be some star-studded members in the finance industry. The podcast promised exports both in the economic and financial sectors. Special Episode To Start Off With the COVID-19 pandemic in mind, Economize Me is set to begin its first season with a special episode. Notably, this special episode will address the coronavirus and the impact it’s had on the financial industry across the globe. For the first episode, the two hosts will be accompanied by four heavyweights within the financial sector. The first of which is Eric Tyson, a financial consultant of some clout. Second is none other than Kevin Davis, former CEO of Man Financial. Third is Christa Quarles, the former CEO of OpenTable, with Yoni Assia, the CEO of eToro, being the last member in the listing. Within this first special episode, these big names will take a look at the COVID-19 pandemic and how it’s influencing the markets at large. In particular, they will advise on what investors should do to protect themselves amid this volatile market financially. The Mandatory Disclaimer eToro has put an increased focus on overall financial literacy as a critical facet of its agenda, being one of the world’s leaders in social investing. It does this through an array of educational tools to support its community, with this podcast only being the latest addition to this. This new podcast will allow anyone to get their fix of financial advice on the go. Of course, there is one big, staple stipulation in this whole thing. eToro was quick to point out that the content of Economize Me was developed for educational and informational purposes only. Thus, eToro stresses the fact that this podcast should not be taken as investment recommendations or investment advice.